The Career and Professional Development Center began recognizing faculty member who contribute to students’ career development and exploration throughout the year.
Alejandro Quin publishes "Authoritarianism, Cultural History and Political Resistance in Latin America: Exposing Paraguay"
This co-edited volume explores the complex interactions between culture and politics in post-independence Paraguay, situating Paraguayan cultural, intellectual, and political history within the broader field of Latin American Studies.
Christopher T. Lewis, Assistant Professor of Portuguese & Brazilian Studies in the Department of World Languages & Cultures, is the winner of the 2018 Ramona W. Cannon Award for Teaching Excellence in the Humanities.
Students in a new course, “Coming to America,” taught by a German and a Spanish professor are learning about immigration. The course combines this timely topic with cutting-edge research in the digital humanities in a hands-on way.
Voices from Empire
Empire and the Lusotropicalist Myth in the literature of Brazil, Portugal, Mozambique, Angola, Macao, and Goa.
"It has been a blast interning in Germany’s capital for the last 4 months. Learning about the German culture, and language in the class room is one thing, but being able to live and breathe German every day is a special experience."
New Children of Israel: Emerging Jewish Communities in an Era of Globalization. This comparative ethnographic study presents in-depth analyses of the backgrounds, motivations, and sociohistorical contexts of emerging Jewish communities in Cameroon, Ghana, India, and other postcolonial locales.
Our faculty-led Learning Abroad programs offer the opportunity to study language and culture in a number of countries across the world.
German BA 1970, MA 1973
Asian Studies and Chinese
MA in French Literature, 1995
7pm - 9pm
Creativity in Focus Film Series | Faces, Places
Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA)
10pm - 5pm
POBAM - Philosophy of Biology at the Mountains
Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Building (CTIHB)